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Editors’ Choice

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Calling a halt to your trivial thinking’: Philip Roth and the Canon Debate
Patrick Hayes
Cambridge Quarterly (2013) 42(3)

Dialogue and Leisure at the Fin de Siècle
Peter Womack
Cambridge Quarterly (2013) 42(2)

Tragedy in China
Jennifer Wallace
Cambridge Quarterly (2013) 42(2)

The Peculiar Romanticism of the English Situationists
Sam Cooper
Cambridge Quarterly (2013) 42(1)

Faulkner, Jews, and the New Deal: The Regional Commitments of ‘Barn Burning’
Edward Allen
Cambridge Quarterly (2013) 42(1)

‘Visible Earshot’: The Returning Voice of Susan Howe
Edward Allen
Cambridge Quarterly (2012) 41(4)

Reframing Melville's ‘Manifesto’
‘Hawthorne and His Mosses’ and the Culture of Reprinting
Ida Rothschild
Cambridge Quarterly (2012) 41(3)

Rhetoric and Rethinking in Bentley's Paradise Lost
Sophie Read
Cambridge Quarterly (2012) 41(2)

Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson and the King’s College Mandarins
Jason Harding
Cambridge Quarterly (2012) 41(1)

Nineteen Fifty-Eight: Information Technology and the Reconceptualisation of Creativity
Christopher Mole
Cambridge Quarterly (2011) 40(4)

Gorillas in the House of Light
David Ashford
Cambridge Quarterly (2011) 40(1)

Woolf’s Cesspoolage: On Waste and Resignation
Sara Crangle
Cambridge Quarterly (2011) 40(1)

Jane Austen’s Past Lives
Freya Johnston
Cambridge Quarterly (2010) 39(2): 103-121

Philip Roth’s Great Books: A Reading of The Human Stain
Kasia Boddy
Cambridge Quarterly (2010) 39(1): 39-60

Who Is King of the Cats? Byron, Shelley and the Friendship of Poets
David Ellis
Cambridge Quarterly (2010) 39(1): 61-75

‘Most Free from Personality’: Arnold’s Touchstones of Ethics
James Walter Caufield
Cambridge Quarterly (2009) 38(4): 307-327

The Chemistry of Love Poetry
Tim Hancock
Cambridge Quarterly (2007) 36(3): 197-228

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